Highest Searched Players over the last 7 days

Video Center

  •  
    Beer

    Beer's MLB 6-Pack: Friday
  •  
    Short: Buy, Sell or Hold

    Short: Buy, Sell or Hold
  •  
    Short: Prado or Russell?

    Short: Prado or Russell?
  •  
    Beer

    Beer's MLB 6-Pack: Wednesday
  •  
    Beer

    Beer's MLB 6-Pack: Tuesday
  •  
    Draft: A&M T Cedric Ogbuehihtt

    Draft: A&M T Cedric Ogbuehihtt
  •  
    Beer

    Beer's MLB 6-Pack: Monday
  •  
    Beer

    Beer's MLB 6-Pack: Friday
 

Blogs

Twitter

Like us on Facebook! Like us on Facebook!

Player News

View Rss Feeds

Blue Jays activated OF Michael Saunders from the 15-day disabled list.

Saunders had minor knee surgery during spring training, but has made a quick recovery and is ready to get his season back on track. With his blend of power and speed and playing in the friendly confines of the Rogers Centre, he could be very relevant in mixed leagues.
Apr 24 - 10:32 PM

Blue Jays designated INF Steve Tolleson for assignment.

The 31-year-old hit just .200/.250/.400 with five strikeouts in his 16 plate appearances with the Jays. With his versatility, there's a chance that Tolleson could attract interest on waivers, otherwise he'll continue to provide organizational infield depth for the Jays.
Apr 24 - 10:30 PM

Dan Uggla went 0-for-3 in Friday's loss to the Marlins.

As is his wont, Uggla also struck out twice in the contest. This brings his batting line to a cringe-inducing .118/.189/.176 over 34 at-bats. It's difficult to believe that the hitter we're seeing now had six seasons with 25 or more home runs. Those days are long, long gone. Once Anthony Rendon returns from a knee injury, Uggla's at-bats figure to drop off a cliff. That's assuming the Nationals keep him on the active roster, which at this point, is not a given.
Apr 24 - 10:28 PM

Brandon Moss blasted a pair of homers and drove home seven runs on Friday, powering the Indians in a 13-1 thrashing of the Tigers in Detroit on Friday.

Moss got the scoring started with a two-run double off Shane Greene in the first inning. He then clubbed a three-run shot off Alex Wilson in the fifth and for good measure added a two-run bomb off Al Albuquerque in the ninth. With the three-hit attack, he's now hitting .214/.327/.524 with three long balls and nine RBI on the season.
Apr 24 - 10:26 PM

Danny Salazar delivered another impressive outing in Friday's victory over the Tigers, racking up 11 strikeouts over seven innings of one-run ball.

Salazar became the first Tribe hurler since 1970 to record ten or more strikeouts in each of his first two April starts. He allowed just six hits and three walks on the night, with the only blemish against him on a solo home run off the bat of Nick Castellanos. He'll look to continue his dominance on Wednesday against the Royals.
Apr 24 - 10:22 PM

Nick Castellanos blasted his second home run of the season in a losing effort against the Indians on Friday.

His solo shot off Danny Salazar in the second inning wound up being the only run the Tigers would muster on the evening. The 23-year-old finished the night 1-for-4 with a pair of strikeouts and is now hitting .259/.333/.448 with a pair of homers and seven RBI on the year.
Apr 24 - 10:21 PM

Bryce Harper supplied both of Washington's runs in a 3-2 loss to the Marlins on Friday.

Harper hit a sacrifice fly off Mat Latos in the first inning and an RBI single off Latos in the sixth. He finished the game 2-for-2, plus a walk. Harper's hitting .286/.438/.518 to start the season. He's also smacked four home runs, driven in eight and scored 11. It's been a great open to the 2015 campaign for the 22-year-old and if he stays healthy, we could be seeing career-high numbers by the end of the year.
Apr 24 - 10:19 PM

Shane Greene came crashing back to Earth on Friday as he was thrashed for eight runs on nine hits over four-plus innings against the Indians.

Greene entered play on Friday having allowed just one earned run over 23 frames in his first three outings, but he wasn't fooling any of the Indians left-handed bats in this one. Most of the damage came during a six-run uprising in the fifth inning. Even with this disaster, Green will carry a 3.00 ERA and 1.04 WHIP into Minnesota where he'll battle the Twins on Wednesday.
Apr 24 - 10:18 PM
More Player News

Baseball Forums